School Clubs

Beta Club - Students have to be invited to be a member through their academic, leadership, service, and character achievements.  Students have to exemplify outstanding attributes in all of these areas in order to qualify for membership.  
Chess Club - Students enjoy challenging others in the game of chess. 
Fellowship of Christian Students  Leadership Team - This group of students lead the worship in our weekly chapel services.  They also help to impact other students and our school through prayer, projects, and spiritual leadership.  
FGE (Future GA Educators)  - Big Buddy Program 
Juniors and Seniors get a Little Buddy (K4 & K5 students respectively) to interact with monthly throughout the school year.  The 'buddies' work to help Little Buddies create special projects, play games, and even fly kites.  Not only does this help to foster a family atmosphere but also provides a platform to assist all in social development. They are a friend, positive role model, and a nurturer of possibilities for their Little Buddy.
Film Club - This club is comprised of students who are interested in filming, streaming, and editing.  Students will document  various events on and off campus by using some of the latest technology.  
InterAct Club is a Rotary sponsored service-oriented club where students volunteer for service projects and earn credits to maintain their membership.  This club helps to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self and making a positive impact in the community.
Literary Society is a group of talented and creative students who represent our school in competions such as extemporaneous speaking, personal essay, spelling, argumentative essay, oral interpretation, piano, solo, trio, and more.  We welcome anyone and everyone with a passion for writing, reading, and creativity.
 One Act Play - The theatrical production of a One-Act Play provides students with an experience in the arts and drama.  This club meets regularly with rigorous practice to prepare for Regional and State competitions.  
SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) - SADD promotes resiliency, leadership, and advocacy skills so that young people can make positive life decisions that will last throughout their life.  This club has several projects on campus including a one day awareness of how many people die from drunk driving or text related accidents.  This gives students a more 'real life' experience to raise awareness of this problem.  
Science Club
Spanish Club - This provides students with a great opportunity to practice the language and learn about Hispanic culture in a social environment.  Members participate in various activities such as teaching elementary Spanish Classes, coordinating soccer day on campus and many more fun projects.  
Student Council   The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body.